...When Mt. St. Helens blew up in 1980, but I have an idea on what it might have been like. The guys sanded the drywall this morning and I returned in the afternoon to find the place coated in a thick layer of drywall dust. It was amazing! Todd and I swept it into a multitude of piles, used a dust pan to get it into a couple 5 gallon buckets and then we started vacuuming with the shop vac. But the filter clogs about every 20-30 sq. ft., so it's a slow process. Todd took over the first floor vacuuming and I went about running switches and receptacles. Got nearly all finished. A couple switches left and one receptacle.
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I'll vacuum the upstairs tomorrow, and afterwards rip some of the high density foam left over from the shower pans into strips for shower curbs. Yep! On to the bathrooms! Sandra and Cassidy plan to start priming the wallboard this weekend. Gonna try using the spray gun with an extension to get up to the 10' ceiling. We'll see how that all goes. It would be a huge amount of work to have to roll it all. About 9,000 sq. ft.by my estimate. Cool to be working on something new and something that is going to be finished product!